Life isn't (Always) Fair
In life, you will have to make tough calls. You will not always be liked or be well received. At most, you can hope to be respected. It is not always the most pleasant option, but it’s true.What is even worse sometimes is the pressure to give in or cave in others, when it’s obviously the wrong option. In “The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People,” Stephen Covey tells you to “Begin with the End in Mind.” What you do now affects future events, sets precedents.This is hard for people who like to live in the now. We’ll figure it out with good vibes, magic, and friendship to understand. They don’t get as far as they’d like in life. They settle and are content with what they have. That isn’t a bad thing personally. However, growth and progress wise it is.
You Will Always Have Enemies
If you want to build or achieve something, you will have enemies. Not everyone will agree with you, like you, or support you. There will always be people who have something to say and want you to agree with them or else.You will encounter them. The best, and only, way to deal with them is to stick to your guns. You have to assert yourself and lay down the law; say no. Even if you don’t convince everyone, you’ll at least have someone’s respect. Agreeing to disagree is the height of maturity.
Learning to Get Over It
Another one is getting over it and understanding someone else’s point of view. You must power through. You think your feelings and passion, and dreams, are important. The whole world should know them!However, life happens, there are things bigger than yourself. Don't give up on you and your dreams. Remember “Begin with the End in Mind,”? This is just a season. It will happen for you someday.Just not now, or as soon as you expect it or want it to happen. Everyone and everything will not act in your favor all the time. It may feel like life is kicking you down, and nobody cares, but once you realize people care about different things in life, you are not oppressed anymore!
Everyone Can Have Their Own Opinion
If you can say no, other people can say no, and it may be for reasons you will not always understand or tolerate. Setbacks and failures are what makes us stronger and prepared in the future.